Assistant Branch Manager

Published:  30 January, 2012

Sector: Plumbing

Location: Surrey

Salary: 28k+, and benefits


One of the UK’s leading distributors of plumbing materials who has an enviable reputation for quality of service and professionalism.


Due to continued success the client is seeking to recruit a professional assistant branch manager to join its already successful team, with a responsibility for assisting in the further development of their operation in Surrey.

The client is a member of a major group of companies therefore are able to offer exceptional career advancement possibilities for the right candidate.


The successful candidate must be able to show a good aptitude along drive, ambition, the ability to work calmly and methodically under pressure along with the ability to ensure customers requirements are fulfilled.

You must be able to demonstrate success in the sales of Plumbing and Heating Products and show the drive and determination to succeed at all tasks required to run a successful operation.

Candidates at all levels will be considered including existing branch managers, assistant branch managers, senior sales etc., with a strong emphasis being placed on sales and your ability to lead by example.


Salary £28K+, and benefits, bonus, pension, healthcare.

As this is a key role in the client’s organisation, it is willing to offer a very attractive salary package to the right candidate.


If you are interested in this role, please apply now by sending your details to

All successful applicants will be contacted within 7 days.

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